born April 1833–April 1834
in Durham, Co. Durham
died very roughly 1903
1834: The LDS have a record of the baptism of a William Clark on 30 March 1834 at St Mary-The-Less in Durham to parents George and Elizabeth Clark.
1841 census: living with parents and siblings in Witton Gilbert. Aged 7, born in county.
1851 census: living with parents and siblings in Witton Gilbert. Aged 17, born in Stanhope? Occupation is coal miner.
1854: Margaret Cozens has seen the marriage cert. 'Under age' at time of marriage, and living in Sacriston. Trade is Banksman (working above ground at Sacriston colliery).
1861 census: living with wife and children on Newcastle Row (same street as his parents), Framwellgate Moor. Aged 27, born in Durham. Occupation is coal miner.
1871 census: living with wife and children on Middle Row, Broadmyers. Aged 37, born in Durham City. Occupation is coal miner.
1881 census: at Swan St, Elvet, Durham (see daught. Hannah for ref.). Described as 'Miner'.
1891 census: boarding (together with son Joseph) on Main Street, Allerton Bywater, with family of William Tinker. Marital status is widower, age is 56, occupation is coal miner, and place of birth is Durham.